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Freedom to write: Orhan Pamuk, Margaret Atwood and Salman Rushdie


Published April 25, 2006


openDemocracy presents the first of a series of audio features from the PEN World Voices literary festival. Salman Rushdie, Orhan Pamuk and Margaret Atwood discuss power, shame and saying the unsayable. Part 1, in which Salman Rushdie talks about Gunther Grass, "Group 47" and dialogue between America and the rest of the world.

For partial transcripts and observations, please visit http://www.opendemocracy.net/arts-Literature/pen_3488.jsp

Part two of a three part interview.


Date 2006-04-25
Source openDemocracy


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